Cloud Applications Resilience

There are several ways your cloud applications are disrupted.

Cloud applications can be disrupted in a number of ways, including faults with a single update, cloud service failures, ransomware attacks, and natural disasters. Needless to say, such occurrences wreck havoc on the organization, consuming large resources and not always achieving optimal results. In addition, SOX, SOC, GDPR compliance require proof of application resilience. However, controlling cloud application environments is challenging, much more so than with traditional physical data centers from the past. They require more components at the application and network levels and the dynamic nature of the native cloud environment makes mapping and tracking difficult.
Datagon Systems addresses and enhances cloud application resilience for customers via the innovative Appranix technology, which significantly increases the resilience of cloud applications that run on platforms such as AWS and Google Cloud so they can survive disruptions.

Cloud Application Resilience

We provide industry-first cloud-native disaster recovery and self-healing for applications – so you can safely and instantly roll over, roll back, and recover your entire application environments. You can even onboard your cloud applications in minutes, without affecting your production environment, while continuing to change your production environments using existing API and tools.
Appranix ( ensures resilient cloud applications with comprehensive cloud environment protection and DR. Recover any cloud resource, at any point in time and in any region, with a dependency-aware system.

Cloud-native applications become resistant by consistently capturing and protecting the entire environment, including: 



Applications and data

Cloud domain name systems (DNS)


Storage configurations

Kubernetes environment cloud infrastructure

(including virtual machines, networks, and load balancers)

Data stores

This technology also provides intelligent dependency mapping and detection of all elements in a cloud environment, enabling I&O leaders to recover entire environments or granular elements in the production. In addition, it can reproduce the entire environment as a secondary cloud environment for Test/Dev or for disaster recovery purposes. It differentiates itself by using an infrastructure-as-code mechanism to capture, detect, protect, and recover the cloud infrastructure environment, the application, and its associated data.

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